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Leroy’s skin mystery

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by Kalai, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. Kalai

    Kalai Puppy

    B1FF49B1-B4FC-4B0E-A9DE-9FCB9414C199.png 51156ECD-1E9E-4E20-8B25-8DAD890B6A26.png my 3 yr old staffy has been to the vet twice for skin stuff (allergies) and while i dont like puttin on prednizone it wipes out real bad rashes in a jiff... however for the last 6 mos i hav been seein what looks like a full on infected nipple growing from his belly to approx. 1/4-1/2 inch, breaking off and growing back and the vet didnt really bat an eye at it except to suggest we run $500 in tests which seems extreme when you can visually see this thing. He has two others which present more like blood blisters (?) and do not grow out of him like a dried scab worm?! The circumference of the reddened portion is probably 1/2” at most, a bit under that probably. The circumference of the scabby stick worm looking growth is probably 1/4”. It does eventually break off or i can pick it off but it hurts him a bit so i hav left it alone. It takes about a month to gro out to a length of 3/8” or so. It doesnt seem to itch him or hurt him otherwise. He is grain free totw food and i give him raw wenever i can. Anyone seen this before?
  2. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    We just had this happen over the weekend! I bringing her in to one seen. I was very concerned that it is a viral papilloma wart.
  3. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

  4. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    Nick had something sort of similar. It started off looking like a normal, small skin tag. About 6 months later, it looked like this...

    We had it removed, and it was Dermal Hemangiosarcoma. Vet got clean margins, and he was cancer free for 4 years, then developed Lymphoma.
    We lost his 3 years ago this month.
  5. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Thanks, Kit.
  6. Kalai

    Kalai Puppy

    Wow nat, that is alarmingly similar in your first pic. Tho ill take a wart over cancer any day of the week (plez dont b cancer?)
  7. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    I sent pictures to Dermatology. It was hard for them to see but they were thinking that she was injured because I told them she was banging into my heavy furniture outside a few days earlier. The part that is like a stick was gone the next day. I'm going to take her in for a pre dental cleaning exam and have them look at her mouth more closely. I also need to take her to Dermatology for her Cytoytopoint injection.

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